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Death of a Salesman

by Dennis J. Bonagura
Bergen County, New Jersey

Death of a Salesman is a 1949 play by Arthur Miller and is considered a classic of American theater.  Viewed by many as a caustic attack on the American Dream of achieving wealth and success without regard for principle ...

Are there days in your Business when you wonder if you will ever make another sale?  Do you sometimes feel that the selling process is a mystery with no rhyme or reason to the process? 


3 Steps for a Stress Free Business

by Dennis J. Bonagura
New Jersey, Bergen County

Does this sound familiar?

You started or bought a business to achieve personal goals, live a better life.  You wanted more freedom and to leave a legacy.  You had a dream, it was pure excitement and energy.  After some time reality sets in and it becomes work, hard work with long hours.  Sales are not growing as fast, profits are stuck, there is staff turnover and more and more of the day is spent fighting fires.


Lack of Clarity

by Dennis J. Bonagura
New Jersey, Bergen County

The key to succesfully developing your business is pretty simple:  Just continuously do the next, right thing to make your business better!

                          Pretty simple, right?  So why don't we do it?

                              In three words:  "Lack of Clarity"


Bill Gates & Eric Schmidt

Bill Gates and Eric Schmidt have a great advice for you if you are seeking success. 

Bill Gates an American business magnate, philanthropist, investor, computer programmer, inventor and former chief executive and chairman of Microsoft, the world's largest personal-computer software company, which he co-founded with Paul Allen.

Eric Emerson Schmidt is an American software engineer, businessman, and the executive chairman of Google. In 2013, Forbes ranked Schmidt as the 138th-richest person in the world, with an estimated wealth of $8.3 billion. 



LinkedIn Influencer Jeff Haden published this post originally on LinkedIn.

It's not that hard to be successful. But it is hard to be extraordinarily successful.

Yet we all hope to achieve exceptional success (something we all define differently —and should define differently).

Unfortunately, there is no magic bullet. There is no one-size-fits-all prescription.


by Travis Bradberry

The ability to manage your emotions and remain calm under pressure has a direct link to your performance.

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